At the House of Cats, those felines who are cursed to become humans when the moon enters Leo find a safe haven between two worlds. But the House has fallen into disrepair; the cat who should be leading them has run away. She dreams of being a chef, of living as a human all the time (or at least six days a week).
Meanwhile, a battle-scarred tom has stepped into the power vacuum left when the old queen died and the new queen disappeared. But he has been running too, using drugs to remain a cat always and cutting the denizens of the House off from the outside world.
Can these two opposites band together and unite the cats to restore the House to its former glory? Or will a greedy developer and a bunch of nosy neighbors drive the cats from their home?
Episode 1: Stray Cats (airs Sept. 27, 2009)
Episode 2: Territorial (airs Oct. 11, 2009)
Episode 3: The Festival of Black Cats (airs Oct. 25, 2009)
Episode 4: Society’s Child (airs Nov. 8, 2009)
Episode 5: Cats Never Say Thank You (airs Nov. 22, 2009)
Episode 6: Out of Sight (airs Dec. 6, 2009)
Episode 7: Not a Creature Was Stirring (airs Dec. 20, 2009)
Episode 8: A Good Man (airs Jan. 3, 2010)
Episode 9: Brotherly Love (airs Jan. 17, 2010)
Episode 10: Bend Before You Break (airs Jan. 31, 2010)
Episode 11: Queen of Hearts (airs Feb. 14, 2010)
Episode 12: First Steps (airs Feb. 28, 2010)
Episode 13: Familiar Faces (airs March 14, 2010)
Episode 14: One Morning (airs March 28, 2010)
Episode 15: Second Place (airs April 11, 2010)
Episode 16: A Jury of Your Peers (airs April 25, 2010)
Episode 17: God Save the Queen (airs May 9, 2010)
Episode 18: Alley Cat Blues (airs May 23, 2010)
Episode 19: The Master of This House, Pt. 1 (airs June 6, 2010)
Episode 20: The Master of This House, Pt. 2 (airs June 20, 2010)
House of Cats
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